Amazon Video On Demand Service

Amazon Video On Demand Service

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Amazon is the third-largest digital ad seller in the U.S. With the advent of its Video-on-demand service that allows viewers to save TV shows; Amazon is expanding its advertising options and growing its ad revenue.

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Amazon Video on Demand service is a video streaming service that allows you to download or rent from an extensive collection of movies and TV shows. You can watch videos instantly if you can have a compatible device or save them for later, or even download them for offline viewing.

The ad-supported video-on-demand service launched by Amazon-owned database of TV and movie titles is called Freedive. It is available on the IMDb website, Amazon Fire TV devices, Amazon’s Roku channel, and mobile devices via the IMDb app.

Amazon Video-on-demand service is reported to have more than 250 million unique monthly users worldwide. It offers more than 130 feature movie titles and 29 TV shows for free.

Viewers have the option of purchasing a TV Pass from Amazon Video On Demand service which allows new episodes of their favorite season TV shows available automatically when released. It can be watched online or offline. Moreover, it is a lot cheaper to buy a TV Pass rather than one episode at a time.

Subscribers can also use an Amazon Gift Card to pay for Video on Demand purchases by just clicking a link below the video player on the item’s detail page. With this unique service, Amazon is also providing valuable income to TV producers.

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